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Rand McNally Enters the Bike GPS Market with the Foris 850



More than 5 million miles of trails and roads

Detailed U.S. street and contour maps, including water features

Trail navigation with spoken and visual turn-by-turn directions

Paperless geocaching with storage for 7,000 waypoints and 1,000 tracks

Rugged and waterproof; 3" touchscreen; compass and altimeter

More than 5 million miles of trails and roads

Maps and routable trails in National and State Parks, National Forests, and more

Hiking and Biking Trails from Rails-to-Trails Conservancy

Detailed U.S. street and contour maps, including water features

Millions of points of interest

1,000 select geocaches

All included on the device, right out of the box

Navigation with spoken and visual turn-by-turn directions

Integrated routing from road to trail

Direct comparison of three alternative routes, with elevation profiles

Loop Me! feature calculates a looped route by time or distance

TrackNav turns any track into a route, with turn-by-turn direction

Rugged, 3” touchscreen

3-axis compass and barometric altimeter

High-sensitivity WAAS-enabled GPS receiver

IPX7 waterproof

Storage for 7,000 waypoints and 1,000 tracks

Bike mount included

Specifications

Dimensions: 4 5/8” x 2 5/8” x 1 1/4"

Weight: approx. 9 ounces (with two AA batteries)

8 GB memory, plus micro SD slot


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